Daniel Kammen

UC Berkeley

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Professor in the Energy and Resources Group at the University of California, Berkeley

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You might remember the long campaign to divest in South Africa, then Sudan, big tobacco, Israel. Now divestment is back again on college campuses.

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For several years the battle to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases has focused on the automobile.  Hummers  became public enemies and the  Prius  was suddenly chic.

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One day after his  State of the Union  address, President Bush was on the road  pushing energy independence  by way of alternative fuels.

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One day after his State of the Union address, President Bush was on the road pushing energy independence by way of alternative fuels.

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